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The SAGE Handbook of Cultural Sociology

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  • 636 pages
  • SAGE Publications Ltd
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Cultural sociology - or the sociology of culture - has grown from a minority interest in the 1970s to become one of the largest and most vibrant areas within sociology globally. In The SAGE Handbook of Cultural Sociology, a global range of experts explore the theory, methodology and innovations that make up this ever-expanding field.
The Handbook's 40 original chapters have been organised into five thematic sections:
Theoretical Paradigms
Major Methodological Perspectives
Domains of Inquiry
Cultural Sociology in Contexts
Cultural Sociology and Other Analytical Approaches
Both comprehensive and current, The SAGE Handbook of Cultural Sociology will be an essential reference tool for both advanced students and scholars across sociology, cultural studies and media studies.

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David Inglis

Introduction

PART 1: SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT

Paul Jones

Marxist Cultural Sociology

David Inglis

Max Weber’s Presences: On the Cultural Sociology of the Long-Term

Colin Loader

The Cultural Sociology of Alfred Weber and Karl Mannheim

David Inglis

Durkheimian and Neo-Durkheimian Cultural Sociologies

Eduardo de la Fuente

A Qualitative Theory of Culture: Georg Simmel and Cultural Sociology

Gisèle Sapiro

Bourdieu’s Sociology of Culture: On the Economy of Symbolic Goods

Norman Denzin

Symbolic Interactionism’s Contribution to the Study of Culture

Karen A. Cerulo

Cognition and Cultural Sociology: The Inside and Outside of Thought

Anna-Mari Almila

Actor Network Theory and Its Cultural Uses

Pertti Alasuutari

Neoinstitutionalist Sociology

Ilana F. Silber

The Cultural Worth of ‘Economies of Worth’: French Pragmatic Sociology from a Cultural Sociological Perspective

Rudi Laermans

Systems Theory and Culture: Drawing Lessons from Parsons and Luhmann

Marco Santoro

The ‘Production of Culture Perspective’ in Perspective

Chandra Mukerji

Cultural Historical Sociology

PART 2: METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES

Dick Houtman & Peter Achterberg

Quantitative Analysis in Cultural Sociology: Why It Should be Done, How It Can Be Done

Thomas S. Eberle

Qualitative Cultural Sociology

Julien Duval

Multiple Correspondence Analysis

Jonathan Roberge

Hermeneutics and Cultural Sociology

Nick Crossley

Social Network Analysis

John Hughson

Ethnography and the Sociology of Culture

PART 3: DISCIPLINARITY & INTERDISCIPLINARITY

David Inglis

Sociology and Cultural Studies: A Close and Fraught Relationship

Janet Stewart

Visual Culture Studies and Cultural Sociology: Extractive Seeing

Mary Kosut

Queering Gender, Art and Culture in the Age of Media Convergence

PART 4: CULTURE & SOCIETY

Bethany Bryson

Symbolic Boundaries

Laura Edles

Cultural Sociology of Religion and Beliefs

Rachel Hurdley

Everyday Life: The Making of a Sociological Topic, Then Making it ‘Cultural Sociology’

Tia DeNora

'Turn Turn Turn!’ Musicalizing Cultural Sociology with the ‘in Action’ Perspective

PART 5: CULTURE & POLITICS

Nick Stevenson

Cultural Citizenship

Hank Johnston

Dimensions of Culture in Social Movement Research

Eric Taylor Woods

Cultural Nationalism

Ron Jacobs

Cultural Sociology of News Media

Brad West

Cultural Memory

PART 6: ARTS & AESTHETICS

Paul Jones

(Cultural) Sociologies of Architecture?

Tatiana Signorelli Heise & Andrew Tudor

For a Sociology of the Cinema

Nail Farkhatdinov & Sophia Krzys Acord

Witnessing Culture: Museums, Exhibitions and the Artistic Encounter

Anna-Mari Almila

Cultural Sociology of Fashion: On the Sartorial, Symbolic and Social

Andy Bennett

Popular Music and Cultural Sociology

Dominic Bartmanski

Iconicity

Fred Wherry

The Cultural Sociology of Markets

PART 7: CULTURE & CONSUMPTION

David Wright

Cultural Consumption and Cultural Omnivorousness

Sonia Bookman

Cultural Sociology: Brands

Matthias Varul

Cultural Sociology of Ethical Consumption
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David Inglis - University of Exeter, UK
Anna-Mari Almila - University of the Arts, London
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